Odisha Postal Circle is looking for candidates for multi-tasking staff posts. Candidates can apply latest by September 30.
Post details: Total posts: 83 posts Post name: Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) OC: 50 posts SC: 8 posts ST: 19 posts OBC: 6 posts ELIGIBILITY
applying for the post should have acquired a matriculation certificate.
Besides, they should have acquired ITI certificate from a recognised
board. Age limit: Candidates should age between 18 and 27 years. Age relaxation is applicable for candidates belonging to reserved category. Pay scale: Pay Band Rs 5, 200-20, 200 + GP 1, 800 + other admissible allowances Selection process: Candidate will be selected on the basis of their performances in the written test and an interview. How to apply: In
order to apply, candidates are required to log in to the official
website and submit the application forms, online by September 30. Odisha Postal Circle: To
provide higher quality mail, parcel and related services in India and
throughout the world to be recognised as an efficient and excellent
organisation exceeding the expectations of the customers, employees and
society. Orissa became an independent Posts & Telegraphs,with headquarters at Cuttack from September 12, 1949.
Memorandum to be submitted to the Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Departments on 11.09.2014 by Confederation and all affiliated organizations. Copy of the Memorandum may be submitted to all Head of Offices/Units after conducting protest demonstration at all important places.
PENSIONERS CASE – REPLY FROM MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES & PENSIONS, DEPARTMENT OF PENSION & PENSIONERS WELFARE DATED – 02.09.2014
1.Extension of benefit of upgraded Grade Pay to Pre-2006 retirees of S-12 Grade
Reply: Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure has intimated that since the matter is subjudice no decision can be taken. Ministry of Finance clarified that the scale of 6500-10500 has been upgraded to the scale of 7450-11500 and after revision in the Pay Band in PB-2 with Grade Pay of Rs. 4600. Therefore in terms of OM dated 11.05.2011, the Pre-2006 pensioners who held the pre-revised scale of 6500-10500 at the time of their retirement are not entitled for stepping up of their pension and family pension with reference to the revised grade pay of Rs. 4600/-.
Simplification of KYC Norms - Creating Public Awareness
DBOD. AML. No. 3356/14.01.001/2014-15
September 4, 2014
The Chairperson / Chief Executive Officers
All Scheduled Commercial Banks (Excluding RRBs)/ Local Area Banks /
All India Financial Institutions
Simplification of KYC Norms - Creating Public Awareness
The Reserve Bank of India, in the recent times, has been taking several measures to simplify KYC requirements to help the common man open bank accounts. It is, however, observed that despite such measures the general public is still facing problems in opening a bank account as these measures have not been given adequate publicity and the common man still lacks awareness on the basics of opening a bank account.
2. In order to address these issues, create public awareness and give wide publicity to these KYC simplification measures, Reserve Bank has issued a Press Release together with a poster and a booklet comprising a few common questions relating to Know Your Customer (KYC) norms for opening bank accounts. These are available on our website at http://rbi.org.in/scripts/BS_PressReleaseDisplay.aspx?prid=31935.
3. In this regard, banks are also advised to initiate steps to create awareness and give wider publicity by circulating the poster and booklet amongst all their branches. Branches may be advised to make available the booklet to the customers/ general public and display the poster prominently in their premises. Progress made in this regard would be reviewed by Reserve Bank in due course.
4. Banks may ensure strict compliance of these instructions.
Nearly 13 months after Central Information Commission (CIC) directed to issue Right to Information (RTI) stamps instead of Indian Postal Orders and bank drafts or cheques to seek information from government departments, the Department of Posts has said printing presses don't have papers to print stamp papers.
Sub: Conducting of Limited Departmental Competitive Examination for promotion to the cadre of Inspector Posts (66.66%) Departmental quota for the year 2014 to be held on 20th and 21st September, 2014 and LGO Examination, 2014 proposed to be held on 21st September, 2014.
I am directed to refer this office letter No. A-34012/03/2014-DE and A-34012/04/2014-DE dated 3rd June, 2014 wherein the notifications for holding Limited Departmental Competitive Examination for promotion of LGO to the cadre of PA/SA for the year 2014 to be held on 21st September, 2014 and LDCE for promotion to the cadre of Inspector posts for the year 2014 on 20th and 21st September, 2014 were issued.
2. The Outsourced Agency, M/s CMC Ltd. has intimated that conduct of the above mentioned examination on the scheduled dates is not feasible. Therefore, the Competent Authority has ordered to postpone both the departmental examinations. The revised dates would be intimated shortly.
3. This issues with the approval of the Competent Authority.
Sd/- (M. C. Pandey) Assistant Director General (DE)
Central JCA (NFPE & FNPO) congratulates Five Lakhs Postal & RMS employees including Gramin Dak Sewaks and Casual Contingent Employees for making the first phase of Nationwide agtational programme a Grand Success. Reports are pouring in the CHQ that the mass demonstration and submission of 39 Points Charter of Demands was conducted in almost all divisions and Circles with large participation of employees.
Central JCA requests all Circle/Divisional/Branch secretaries to organize the following next phases of struggle programme also in a grand manner.
II-Phase – 24.09.2014 – Mass Dharna in front of all Postal/RMS Divisional offices
III-Phase – 27th to 31st October 2014 – Relay Dharna in front of all ROs/COs
IV-Phase – 10.12.2014 – Massive Parliament March of 20,000 Postal & RMS employees including Gramin Dak Sewaks and Casual Contingent Employees.
Please start intensive campaign and preparations now onwards. Please ensure that maximum employees from each divisions participate in the Parliament March to be held on 10.12.2014. Please book the Up & Down travel Ticket well in advance.
Phase I – 11.09.2014 – Protest Demonstration at all important places and submission of Memorandum to Cabinet Secretary and all Departmental Heads
NB: copy to the Memorandum, Charter of Demands and explanatory notes on Charter of Demands will be exhibited in the website on 10.09.2014.
Phase – II – 19.09.2014 – Nationwide Day Long Mass Dharna at all important centres.
Phase – III – 25.09.2014 - Mass Dharna at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi
Following are the Demands: -
1. Merger of DA with pay for all employees w.e.f. 01.01.2014 including Gramin Dak Sewaks and Pensioners.
2. Grant of Interim Relief to all employees including Gramin Dak Sewaks and Pensioners.
3. Inclusion of Gramin Dak Sewaks under the purview of 7th Central Pay Commission
4. Scrap PFRDA Act and grant statutory defined pension to all including those appointed on or after 01.01.2004.
5. Date of effect of 7th CPC recommendation should be 01.01.2014.
6. Regularisation and Revision of wages of casual labourers and contract workers.
7. Removal of 5% condition for compassionate appointment.
8. Fill up all vacant post and creation of New Post wherever justified.
9. Stop Downsizing, Outsourcing, Contractorisation and Privatisation of Government function.
10. Grant productivity Linked Bonus to all without ceiling; Compute bonus as weighted average of PLB for those not covered by PLB agreement.
11. Revise OTA and NDA and implement arbitration awards.
12. Settle all pending anomalies of 5th and 6th Pay Commission.
All CHQ office bearers, General Secretaries of State C-O-Cs, Chief Executives of all affiliates and Branch/District/Divisional Secretaries are requested to mobilize maximum employees in the above programme.
1.As per the decision of the last National Conference of Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers, a national level two days Trade Union Work Shop will be conducted at Bangalore. C-O-C Karnataka has agreed to host the two days camp. 200 delegates from all over India will attend. Date will be finalized by the National Secretariat Meeting to be held on 26.09.2014. Last year the two days Trade Union Camp was conducted at Mumbai. C-O-C Mumbai made best arrangements for the camps.
2. To enable the leaders and grass root level workers to have an indepth knowledge and understanding on the demands of the Central Government employees, Confederation CHQ has decided to publish in our website shortly an “EDUCATION SERIES” on various topics. First article will be on “NEED BASED MINIMUM WAGE” by Com. K. K. N. Kutty, National President, Confederation. Second article will be on “DEARNESS ALLOWANCE” by Com. S. K. Vyas, Advisor, Confederation. Third will be on “BONUS” by Com. M. Krishnan, Secretary General, Confederation. Other topics will also be covered in due course. All aspects of the Demands from its origin to the present day will be covered in the articles to be published in website. Leaders and workers may take maximum advantage of it for study and also for effective campaigning.